Determining Your Size
For the most accurate fit, get your measuring tape out and have someone help you measure your body following the instructions as noted. Remember to wear a leotard, swimsuit or undergarments when taking measurements, not street clothes.
Then find your measurements on the size chart to find the appropriate size. It is our experience that when the bust and hip measurements do not correspond with a particular size, the girth measurement should be used as the deciding factor.
Measure from the center of one shoulder, down the front through crotch and up the back to starting point.
With arms relaxed down at sides, measure around the fullest part of chest, keeping tape measure parallel to the floor.
Measure around natural waistline, the narrowest part of the upper body (not over shirt or pants).
Measure around fullest part of the lower body, keeping tape straight and parallel to the floor.
Measure inside of leg, from crotch to just below the ankle bone.